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Ora
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Full Name: Ora Starr
Subspecies: 25% Arctic x 25% Eastern Timber x 50% Coyote
Sex: Female
Age: 1 year 1 month (02/14/2017)
Birthplace: Evergreen Forest
At A Glance
A small and petite girl that can easily be mistaken for either a rather large fox or a small coyote, her colors mimic a silver fox with a white line down her shoulders. Expressive heterochromia gaze of amber orange and olive green, primitive communication. Mute.
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Appearance
DANCER. FEMININE. ALLURING. it is rather obvious to see that this creature would never be chosen for her rather minuscule size, it is even easier to take not that she will always be the runt. Always being dwarfed by any child born to her mother, Lillian, no matter the litter. Instead of holding a body or muscle for manual tasks, she holds a lithe and streamline frame though this make it difficult for her to hunt anything larger than a hare on her own. Ora was given more delicate features that seem to mimic her mother’s built in almost every way though it also made her look like a too large silver fox. Her figure is laced body with the muscular integrity one needs be a fast runner though it all seems to be hidden by both gentle and sharp sloping curves that could attract the ideal mate if she should ever choose one. The illusion of long legs provides her with graceful movements, though the most noticeable is her long and expressive tail.

MIDNIGHT STORM. MERCURY. IVORY.
One would never know where the colors that paint her frame came from. The palette that paints her alluring figure is composed of only two colors that are rather similar to each other, both tones of ebony with a soft tint of mercury. Like feathers of a crow she if covering in a reflective oil pigment, this hue along would never blend perfectly into the shadows. Instead it is what marres her fur that gives her an effect that darkens your soul, the brush sweeps over her face, it picks up and touches every leg. The soft tone of color gives her a less dark coloration, silver that seems to kiss only the tip of almost every strand of fur. To complete the look, ivory touches her tail as if dipped in paint. There are only two other places this color touches is her shoulder blades as well as a small stripe up her nose, breaking up the dark coloration with a bold statement. Making this child truly mimic a silver fox as well as her mother, and with her size she might even be mistaken for one at a distance.

PALE OLIVE. PUMPKIN PALE. EXPRESSIVE. Her eyes, a trait that is shared with only her father, showing ever emotion that she feels. After all, eyes have been known to be the windows of ones soul. A beautiful pale green that can trace her back to her late father, touches her left eye. Her right eye a gentle orange-like, mimicking a warm kiss of the sun, a memory of her mother. A tie to a life long gone though often her gaze holds a soft look of wonder, showing how sheltered she really is.
Personality
MUTE. CREATIVE AND PRIMITIVE COMMUNICATION. One thing make her very different from those around her, something that worried her mother when she was first born. Ora is full mute, from the moment she was born she was never able to utter any sounds but for a squeak -like sound. Words would never fall from the child’s lips, not even the primitive vocalizations can be uttered. Whines never come from pain and yips will never fall from excitement. Instead she had found primitive communication to be her best bet with a few creative twists, her body forms her words for her. Her actions a statement of her disability but with the in ability to give the whines, growls, barks, or even howls she needs to help Ora leans on being touch oriented. When one allows her to get close she often touches her nose to their throat and then lets the painful crackle of broken vocal cords tell those her situation. Also, one thing her father taught her was how to spell her name with a stick, allowing her to at least reveal her name to them.

SIMPLE THINGS. This girl is one that can see the beauty in the most simplest of things in this world, from the tiniest leaf or flower to a mountain that stand ominously in the background. Though she cannot express the way she truly feels for these simple things she is one you can find simply staring at what she finds beautiful and fascinating, as if she were a painter studying her subject so she might paint what she felt and saw.

KLUTZY DAYDREAMER. SKITTISH. SHELTERED. For someone so focused on actions she has a funny way of tripping over nothing or even running into a tree due to her thoughts being elsewhere. Her daydreaming will often make others think she is either ignoring them or simply her thoughts are elsewhere but with it she seems to get more bumps and bruises. You would think she would have learned by now! From that it is rather obvious to tell that this child has been sheltered by her mother, even if her father wished to show her more. Her quizzical looks on curtain subject or even at certain actions can often befuddled another canine as what they said was common sense But with that comes a sense of paranoia and skittishness. This sense of skittishness causes her to be easily startled or have an adverse reaction to anyone and anything at any given moment because there is danger in this world, to even every shadow. Though mainly it is a constant thought in her head. should I trust them?

PLAYFUL. TOUCH ORIENTED. PRAISE SEEKING.
Ora has always been a lively thing, one to start play fights and all around games when her shyness wears off. A simple afternoon can turn into a game of chase or even one of hide and seek. With her disability the child has become touch oriented, always one to express her emotions better through action rather than words due her in ability to make sounds or speak because of this she seeks for praise. Soft nips or close touches excite her when she does a good job. She loves to be told what she did was good, it makes her bounce with excitement just for being called a good girl.
even one of hide and seek. With her disability the child has become touch oriented, always one to express her emotions better through action rather than words due her in ability to make sounds or speak because of this she seeks for praise. Soft nips or close touches excite her when she does a good job. She loves to be told what she did was good, it makes her bounce with excitement just for being called a good girl..
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